Domain auto-renewals

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What is domain auto-renewal?

Netregistry offers an “auto-renewal” feature to ensure your domains are renewed well before their expiry. This is to make sure that the
domain remains active and does not affect services associated with the domain, and does not expire and become available for registration.


How does auto-renewal work?

Auto-renewal works by renewing your domain 30 days before its expiry date. If you have auto-renewal turned on for your domain you
will receive an email 30 days before we renew it, which is 60 days before the domain is set to expire. The next notification email will be
to inform you that the renewal has been paid for and the domain has been renewed, 30 days before its expiry. Note that cancelling the
auto-renew service does not entitle you to a refund for recently renewed domains.


How do I manage my domain auto-renewal settings?

To manage your domain auto-renewal settings, follow the instructions below:






Log into the Console (If you’re not sure how to do that, click here)


Select “View a summary of all domains” in the top right of the screen


Toggle the auto-renew settings on the right of the screen


Success! You’ve just updated your auto-renewal settings. If any of these steps did not work for you, or you received an error in doing so,
please contact customer support here.


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